Apple’s “Far Out” September Event – What to expect

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Are you a fan of Apple products and are wondering when the next event will be? Well, follow along as we discuss more on what we expect in this year’s much anticipated product launch.

Apple has planned to announce some of its big products this year in an event dubbed the ‘Far Out’ event.

The event is expected to air on September 7th in what appears to be the company’s third live event this year. As usual, we expect to get new tech merchandise among them the new iPhone 14 and a possibly newly designed “Pro” Apple Watch.


Time the Event starts

The event will start at 10 AM PT/ 1 PM ET

Where to follow the stream

The full live stream of the event will be available on several platforms from Apple.com, Apple’s YouTube channel, and the Apple TV application.

It is expected that iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13 Ventura, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16 will be part of the new product launch. Although it is highly unlikely that all products will be released on the same day.

Tim Cook is expected to announce the release dates of iOS 16, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. There are also some different rumors on what the new iPhone 14 will look like with the new device resembling its predecessor the iPhone 13.

There are also different online forums that have rumors of a surprise product of the Apple Mixed Reality Headset. The tech giant could pull out the “One More Thing” tease as previously used by Steve Jobs to announce surprise features and products.


The other previous events have seen the Airpods Pro 2, ios15, and a new macOs released to consumers worldwide.

Will the event live on to the hype it has already generated? We will have to wait and see the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro will look like.


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